The discussion around the amendment of the Act of 20 May 2016 on investments in wind power plants (Journal of Laws of 2020, item 981, 1378; hereinafter: the Distance Act) continues. Since the beginning of 2020, the government has been working on the amendment of the Distance Law, the main objective of which is to introduce solutions for investment processes concerning wind power plants. These are currently significantly restricted by the so-called 10H rule.
For a few years now, with the development of the RES market in Europe, an increase in interest in Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) can be observed. Corporate PPAs are a solution allowing for the sale of electricity from renewable energy sources between the producer of electricity and the customer, excluding trading companies.